Disease Information for Measles (rubeola): Clinical Manifestations

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Signs & Symptoms
Facial Malar flush/rash
Red/erythema skin discoloration
Tachycardia/Fast heart rate
Centrifugal rash/body face first
Coalescence skin lesions
Erythematous generalized rash
Erythroderma
Exanthem/becomes confluent
Facial erythema
Facial rash
Febrile rash/begins behind ears/face then down/out/sign
Fever and Rash
Macular rash
Non-pruritic rash
Papular Rash
Peeling skin
Petechiae/Petechial rash
Pruritic/itching rash
Purpura
Rash
Rash behind ears then face and trunk
Rash cephalocaudal progression
Rash hand/foot areas
Rash on palms and soles
Rash with Cervical Adenopathy
Rash, macular/maculopapular or morbilliform
Rash, maculopapular truncal
Scarletiniform rash
Symmetrical rash
Abdominal Pain
Abdominal Pain in Children
Acute Diarrhea
Acute Diarrhea in Children
Diarrhea
Diarrhea in Children
Nausea
Vomiting
Koplik spots on buccal/labial mucosa
Palate petechiae
Pharyngitis, exudative
Tonsil exudate
Cervical adenopathy
Lymphadenopathy
Lymphadenopathy Systemic
Myalgias
Febrile seizure/children
Headache
Headache in children
Acute Cough in Children
Allergic Barking Cough
Cough
Cough Acute
Cough Dry Non-productive
Coryza
Nose blocked/stuffy
Runny nose/rhinorrhea
Sneezing
Sore Throat in Children
Sore throat/Pharyngitis
Sore Throat/Throat Pain
Throat Conditions
Splenomegaly
Acute sepsis syndrome
Acutely ill patient/signs
Collapse/Prostration
Constitutional symptoms
Fever
Fever Febrile Possible
Fever in Immigrants
Fever in kids
Fever, high
Flu-Like Syndrome
High body temperature
Malaise
Toxic and Febrile Septic
Bloodshot eyes/Conjunctival injection
Corneal clouding
Eye Pains, Bilateral
Photophobia/Light sensitive
Red Eyes Bilateral
Scleral Injection
Acute Hearing Loss
Sudden deafness
Typical Clinical Presentation
Viremia Sepsis with low WBC
Clinical Presentation & Variations
Presentation/Fever Immigrant Recent Home country visit
Presentation/Fever recent Travel Long visit return
Presentation/Infection Complication Cardiac Severe
Presentation/Dengue triad Fever Rash Headache
Fever and High Sed Rate
Disease Progression
Course/2 weeks
Course/Acute
Course/Acute only
Course/Duration 1 week usual
Course/Illness not recurrent
Course/Prodrome
Course/two weeks
Five day prodrome
Incubation/1 to 2 weeks
Incubation/5-15 days
Onset/Abrupt/Sudden
Prognosis/Full recovery usual
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